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greta: i am standing in front of the old iranian embassy in washington, d.c., and empty an eerie building. it has been abandoned since 1980, when diplomatic relations were severed between our two nations. hello, i am greta van susteren, and this is fox news reported. the american embassy was stormed in downtown tehran, and they kept 52 americans for 444 days. many consider it the american flashpoint in the war against radical islam. the and selenite been gripped the nation and crippled jimmy carter's presidency -- the ensuing issue grants the nation. -- pripped nation -- gripped the nation. the capital, tehran, has a history that dates back to the persian empire. today, is a modern city of some 7 million people with the role of ahmadinejad. -- it is a modern city with some 7 million people with ahmadinejad ruling. there was the taking of the american hostages. the 1917's tehran -- 1970's tehran. >> i was a marine security guard. i arrived at the embassy. we arrived around 10:00 at night and got into a ball bullet-riddn van and went to the embassy. >> my first encounter with iran
we will see you tomorrow night. greta: this is a fox news alert. there is breaking news about the accused fort hood killer. before the rampage on the military post, the suspect tried to contact al qaeda. fox news correspondent catherine herridge joins us live. >> what we are hearing tonight is that major hasan sent a series of emails to individual overseas who espouses the al qaeda philosophy, and we are told they were 10 or 20 emails. you will recall that this other man was the imam posted a statement on his blogger that said that major hasan was a hero and that he did what any good muslim would do in the u.s. armed forces when a war was being waged on his religion. greta: where these emails that they were well aware of? >> that is an excellent question -- were these emails that they were well aware of? >> that is an excellent question. there is a joint terrorism task force that would include the department of defense and the department of justice. they were aware of the emails. the question hanging out there right now is if someone in the defense department was aware of thos
be troubled. the news continues. greta is standing by to go "on the record" tonight. greta: good evening, sean. let's face it -- the media just can't get enough of her. cover of "newsweek," every major newspaper, "the new york times," "washington post," you name it. and, yes, she is selling books like hotcakes. former governor sarah palin cooks off her book tour. her book title is "blunt, going rogue." and today oprah winfrey gets the first interview -- you know, the one everyone, even those who deny it, but every interview that everyone wanted. governor palestinian answers oprah on whether -- governor sarah palin answers oprah when she asked if oprah snubbed her, and about her wardrobe, and oprah asks her whether she's planning to run for president in 2012 and so much more. >> let's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> must we? ok. [laughter] ok. >> you talked about it in the book, so i assume everything in the book is fair game. >> it is. >> you do say that it wasn't your best interview. do you think that was a seminal defining moment for you, that interview? >> i did not, and neit
victory, 2010 in november. we hope you can join us. greta is next. thanks for being with us. we will see you back here tomorrow night. greta: tonight, former governor sarah palin enters the no spin zone. bill: what do you read? i say i read "the new york times," "washington post," i can reel them off in my sleep. you couldn't do it. >> well, of course i could. it's ridiculous to say that i couldn't tell people what i read. because by that point already, although it was relatively early in that multi-segmented interview with katie couric, it was quite obvious that it was going to be a bit of an annoying interview with a badgering of the questions. it seemed to me that she didn't know anything about alaska, about my job as governor, about my accomplishments as a mayor or a governor, my record. and a question like that, though, yeah, i booted it, i screwed up, i should have been more patient and more gracious in my answer. it seemed to me that the question was more along the lines of, do you read? greta: meanwhile, governor palin's whirlwind tour continues. huge crowds are turning out for t
. greta van susteren is next. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- gretchen: sarah palin rates president obama on a scale of one to ten. what is her number? should president obama cover his ears? we have the number. sarah palin sits down with barbara walters on day two of media blitz for "going rogue" she may have been plight about the president yesterday while talking to oprah. today did the governor take off her gloves? what does governor palin think of "newsweek" putting her on the cover in running shorts on the cover of "newsweek"? >> on a scale of one to ten, ten being the best, where do you rate barack obama? >> a four. i think there are a lot of decisions being made that i, and probably the majority of americans are not impressed with right now. i think our economy is not being put on the right track. and i question, too, some of the dithering and hesitation with some of our national security questions that have got to be answered for our country. so a four. >> you have seen the cover of "newsweek"? it's
possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- greta: this is a fox news alert. finally, the senate numbers are out. the congressional budget office estimates that harry reid's health care bill would cost $849 billion over the next 10 years. the cbo also estimates the bill would reduce the deficit by $127 billion over the next decade. also tonight, senator reid posted his bill for the nation to see. you can read all 2074 pages on read.senate.gov. we will have more on that later in the hour. former governor sarah palin on reverend jeremiah wright, radical bill ayers, and her battle with david letterman. she sat down for her very first cable news interview with sean. >> what do you think of the letterman attack? you spend time talking about that. how hard was that? >> it was another odd episode. i was asked to respond to the jokes he told about my 14-year- old daughter being knocked up by alex rodriguez. i thought it was quite inappropriate. my response was that i had not heard the joke and i said it sounded tasteless and it is not funny.
she has got karl rove and much more. greta: and much more. throw that ball. first, governor sarah palin goes roca, and now, -- goes rogue, and now, dede scozzafava goes rogue. and secretary of state clinton. and we have president bush. both on the record just minutes away, but first, check your watch. we are just a little away from election day. it is sizzling hot in new york. and they are getting ready to put some political pain on president obama. many people think tomorrow's races on the first test of the obama star power and political power. is that true? karl rove joins us live. karl, i have been tipped off that you have been madly scribbling. what do you have there? >> there is a summary of the races, which i will be happy to show you at the appropriate moment. it is amazing at how they can bring things together in sort of the complex, the labyrinth form here. greta: i cannot resist the tease -- elaborate form here. >> and virginia, there have been nine polls since one week ago, and nine out of nine polls, the republican bob mcdonnell is in the lead. in chris christie, he le
get the best seats. thank you for being with us. we toss it to greta van susteran. we will see you monday night. greta: tonight, did you hear what governor palin did? she just shoved herself into the middle of a hot issue. what now? well, you'll find out but first, factor this. governor palin going one on one with bill o'reilly. >> barack obama a socialist? >> it scares me the road he has us on. not seeming to understand what it is that built up america's economic system. the free enterprise principles, the shrinkage of government, not the expansion, to allow the private sector to grow and to thrive. and to do what it does best. and our families, to keep more of what they earn so they can reinvest and prioritize instead of government doing it for them. which is a step toward socialism. so some of the steps we're taking economically right now, scare the heck out of me. bill: do you think he's smart? >> i think he's very smart. boeup -- bill: on sneft do you think -- honest? do you think he's honest? >> he has told us some things in the campaign. he has told us some things early on i
troubled. we turn it over to greta van susteren to go on the record. greta: tonight, republicans are dancing. chairman michael steele says that they have found their voice again. a little good news. chairman michael steele goes on the record in minutes, but first, the gop has hammered the democratic health-care bill, and democrats have fired back at republicans. oh, yeah? you have a better idea? they say they do. republican congressman mike pence joins us. >> good evening, greta. greta: what is the republican health-care reform bill, and how is this different from what the democrats are proposing? >> with the democratic bill, hundreds of billions of dollars in taxes and mandates and bureaucracy, over 1900 pages, a takeover, we believe, of health care, what they called universal coverage -- republicans believe we have listened to the american people and have heard that the real concern is the cost of health insurance, so the bill that is on line today, there is a one-sheet version of it, or you can read all 219 pages of it -- we allow grips of employers -- groups of employers to p
cannot run itself. greta: americans took their concerns and sometimes even their anger town halls. politicians were forced to look voters in the eye and listen to what they had to say. >> you work for us. we don't care what you say. >> i don't understand your mentality. what do you think you accomplish by yelling? what do you accomplish by yelling? >> three times your average wages and will double and triple and quadruple your premiums. greta: american spoke out and we were listening. you will go to tea parties and see the passion that town halls. you will hear from average citizens involved in the confrontations and controversies. you get a behind-the-scenes look at the tour of the tea party express. the express went from california to washington and on september 12, crowds marched on the u.s. capitol. no one person talked about the passion of the protesters more than glenn beck. these tea parties are certainly big in washington on saturday. what do you think of that? >> i think it does not matter if any newspaper published how many people were there. we had -- or was it? the uni
wonderful man, cardinal. greta: 29 more wounded. tonight, major nidal hasan has been charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder, but now, the obvious question. did political correctness do this? we will tell you why we are in dallas coming up, but first, former speaker of the house newt gingrich joins us. mr. speaker, 13 people dead, gone down in a crime. political correctness, is this a contributing factor to this horrible crime? >> i think it is a very significant contributing factor. we now know that the national security agency was intercepting telegrams between this person and one of the leading advocates of giada against americans in the world, and we know that they were turned over -- advocates of jihad. we know they decided not to pursue it. what you have is a politically correct bias that says we do not want to prejudge you. we do not want to automatically assumes something. and you had the same thing happening the other day. the president, others were saying, "let's be very careful. let's be very cautious." the objective fact is this was an act of war. this was a
abandoned since 1980. i'm greta van susteren and this is fox news reporting. 30 years ago, a group of militants stormed the american embassy in downtown tehran and took the staff hostage. they kept 52 americans for 444 days. many consider it the american flashpoint in the war against radical islam. the ensuing political nightmare gripped the nation and crippled jimmy carter's presidency. the iranian hostage crisis of 1979 was a watershed moment in our nation's history. this is the story of those who o lived through it. tehran, iran's capital. its strife filled history dates back 2500 years to the persian empire. today, it is a modern city of some 7 million people chasing under the brutal rule and nuclear antics of president ahmadinejad. relations between the united states and iran have been troubled for years. and at the epicenter was the taking of american hostages. the 1970s tehran was an exotic blend of western ideas and conservative islamic values but in 1979 trouble was brewing when marines arrived. >> i was a marine security guard. i arrived at the embassy in august. we arriv
have a great weekend. we will see you back here on monday night. . greta: splen's new book isn't even -- sarah palin's book isn't even out yet, and everyone is talking. people are taking sides. joining us live is the former massachusetts governor, who is the first woman ever to hold that office. good evening, governor. >> good evening, governor, how are you? greta: i'm very well. here's "usa today." she makes the front page. her book isn't even published yet. what is it about this governor that's got everybody talking, whether they're for or against her or in-between? >> well, certainly controversy sells books. i think what will be really interesting, as the book actually gets released and we all get to read it is to figure out how governor palin is going to channel all this attention. is it going to be to talk about policy issues that put her in play for the presidential election, or does she just want to set the record straight about some of the personal issues that everyone else has had a chance to comment on? greta: well, there's something sort of interesting about it. some of the
we hope you have a great night. greta: tonight, if you think thanksgiving is here, think again. it is not time for turkey. at least, not yet. we are live and on the record with a package show with karl rove. last week, president obama's approval rating slipped -- with a packed show. he is now hovering around 80 to 39%. the question is why -- he is hovering around 39%. what about the rate of decline, karl rove? >> every president eventually he its 50% accepted john kennedy. -- its 50% -- hits 50% except john kennedy. he has done it faster and other than bill clinton and another. those are the only two presidents who got to 50% and quicker than he did, and you are right. he has got some real problems with independents, seniors, college educated -- who got to 50% quicker than he did. it does not bode well for the 2010 elections for democrats. greta: a huge number of white americans voted for this president. look at the number of votes he eventually won to be elected. what do we make of that? >> well, i think this has to do less with race than it has to do with the specifics of the
greta: this is a fox news alert. d.c. sniper is dead. he has been executed. terrorizing washington, d.c. gunning down 10 from the trunk of his car. he was executed by lethal injection. fox news correspondent molly henneberg joins us life from the site of the execution. molly? >> hi, greta. john allen muhammad did not offer words of apology or remorse before he died. he was asked do you have any final words he? stayed quiet, stared at the ceiling and remained, quote emotionless. just before the first of the three injections, he closed his eyes and he remained that way until the end. 9:06 the first of the chemicals was injected into his body. the others followed. by 9:11 he was pronounced dead by physician on site. during the day today the d.c. sniper met with his son, had his last meal which was chicken and red sauce and some sort of strawberry cake we are told. met with his lawyers. he did not request any spiritual courtroom or advisors. one of his lawyers said he was unafraid to die that he was, quote, fearless, and that he maintained his innocence. virginia democratic governor ti
. greta: all right, inside major hasan's apartment. investigators have now removed bags of evidence from the apartment. they did it right after the shooting, but many things remain in the apartment. jordanian and israeli coins, a paper shredder, a box of prescriptions, which, incidently, he had prescribed it to himself. there were a few pieces of furniture left behind and nothing on the walls. our producer talked to the apartment manager. >> this is where hasan lived. he moved in at the end of july. we spoke to many of the neighbors, but they gave us some perspective about his life here. we spoke to the manager at the complex here who told us a lot about seeing hasan around and what happened the day the shooting happened down the road. >> i asked the detective, and they said that they had just confirmed a shooter dead, and he was on television, and i told them, they just confirms that they get shot and killed him. later that evening, we found that he was still alive. nobody actually knew him. he would come and go, and sometimes people would be sitting out here, and he would be like, "goo
institute --www.ncicap.org-- greta: this is a fox news alert. he is not dead. a cruel gunman opens fire inside for the hood u.s. army base murdering 12 and the suspected gunman at first reported dead is now known to be alive and in custody. that jik incident and our hearts and prayers go out to those who have been contacted here today. i have personally spoken with the president and he has extended his condolences and offered his support to the for the hood and surrounding community. the investigation is ongoing but preliminary reports indicate there was a single shooter that was shot multiple times at the scene. however, he was not killed as previously reported. he is currently in custody and in stable condition. this has been a tragic incident and our hearts and prayers go out to those who have been impacted today. i have personally spoken with the president and he has offered his condolences and support for the for the hood and surrounding community. the investigation is ongoing but preliminary reports indicate there was a single shooter that was shot multiple times at the scene. how
greta: mass murder at fort hood u.s. army post. a gunman kills 12 and injures at least 30. the suspect come at first reported dead. he is wounded and still alive. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> as i mentioned, this has been a tragic incident and our hearts and prayers go out to those who have been impacted. the president has expend -- has extended his condolences and offered his support to the fort hood and surrounding community. the investigation is ongoing. preliminary reports indicate there was a single shooter that was shot multiple times at the scene. however, he was not killed, as previously reported. he is currently in custody and in stable condition. the shooter is not dead, but in custody and in stable condition. this is a corroborative investigation. earlier, it was reported one victim was killed, a female civilian officer. the female officer is alive. if she is just out of surgery and stable. she is believed to be the first responders who shot the suspect. the number of victims
the country. america's election headquarters starts right now. greta: this is a special election night edition of "on the record." it is a stunner in virginia. the democrats just got a smack down, virginia voters saying no to the democrats. this time they want a republican governor. meanwhile, in new jersey it is a cliff-hanger. at this hour votes are still being counted. will new jersey return democratic governor jon corzine to the governor's madges -- mansion? are they likewise going to say we want a new guy, a republican? it is very close. carl cameron in virginia, shannon big red machine in new jersey, eric shawn in new york city and molly line live in upstate new york where a congressional seat has pitted some of the biggest names in politics against each other, gingrich, palin, rush limbaugh and more. brit hume and his pan elve will tell you why this election matters to you even if you don't live in these hotly contested states the first to shep, watching the vote count. shepard: first two of the big elve -- biggest races, virginia and new jersey. new jersey is still too close to call. i
starts right now. greta: this is a special election night edition of "on the record." it is a stunner in virginia. the democrats just got a smack down, virginia voters saying no to the democrats. this time they want a republican governor. meanwhile, in new jersey it is a cliff-hanger. at this hour votes are still being counted. will new jersey return democratic governor jon corzine to the governor's madges -- mansion? are they likewise going to say we want a new guy, a republican? it is very close. carl cameron in virginia, shannon big red machine in new jersey, eric shawn in new york city and molly line live in upstate new york where a congressional seat has pitted some of the biggest names in politics against each other, gingrich, palin, rush limbaugh and more. brit hume and his pan elve will tell you why this election matters to you even if you don't live in these hotly contested states the first to shep, watching the vote count. shepard: first two of the big elve -- biggest races, virginia and new jersey. new jersey is still too close to call. incumbent jon corzine has been locked
headquarters starts right now. greta: this is a special election night edition of "on the record." it is a stunner in virginia. the democrats just got a smack down, virginia voters saying no to the democrats. this time they want a republican governor. meanwhile, in new jersey it is a cliff-hanger. at this hour votes are still being counted. will new jersey return democratic governor jon corzine to the governor's madges -- mansion? are they likewise going to say we want a new guy, a republican? it is very close. carl cameron in virginia, shannon big red machine in new jersey, eric shawn in new york city and molly line live in upstate new york where a congressional seat has pitted some of the biggest names in politics against each other, gingrich, palin, rush limbaugh and more. brit hume and his pan elve will tell you why this election matters to you even if you don't live in these hotly contested states the first to shep, watching the vote count. shepard: first two of the big elve -- biggest races, virginia and new jersey. new jersey is still too close to call. incumbent jon corzi
's listen in. -- entering the stage. greta: and of course, we are listening to bruce springsteen as the governor-elect of new jersey and tears. he is the governor elect. -- as the governor-elect of new jersey enters. this campaign was sometimes not always civil, was it, karl? >> they ended the campaign with an unusual -- jon corzine did, with an unusual tactic, which was to have the committee placed telephone calls to republican households, telling them that chris christie was bad and that they ought to vote for daggett. greta: even in the concession stand with jon corzine, he said that daggett brought in some civility, even while the two were slugging at each other. >> they were trying to figure out where this was going to go, but he did not turn out to be much of a factor tonight as chris christie got much of the vote. greta: let's listen. >> thank you. thank you. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] >> christie! christie! christie! >> thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. hey, new jersey, we did it. [cheers and applause] >> yes, we
from ourae government? besides they want to be her, bun what specifically.w do >> greta, everybody knows we can't continue this rate of spending. it doesn't make any expense. it gets to the point of criminal. our children --e if i hear this from one, i've heard it from ont thousand people that attend these, and that is we've got tor stop the spending. i'll pay theit price. care what it takes. i'll live the hard life if myllp grandchildren will still have at america they can call home and recognize. stop the spending and putting it on to the backs of our children and grandchildren.mymy it makes so sense whatsoever. it's irresponsible and it's criminal. its criminal. some currentrere politician who you think most identifies or is listening to the tea party protest or i i movement? >> no. i mean, i think there arehehe several that have been true to their own values for a while. ip: think david demint is one oo those guys >> i think sarah palin, but palin is, i think, attractive ta some of the tea party-goers because the true tea som party-goers, at least the way i see it, the true 9/
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